Here is another quilt that I bought recently - I think that it is another WWII Red Cross quilt, although it was bought as a "soldiers quilt".
There is a label, but it is not the ususal Red Cross label; it shows that the quilt was sent from the Mitchell and District area of Ontario Canada, from "War Services".
There is also a tie sewn to the quilt (by machine, quite crudely) and also a loop sewn to the binding, I suppose that this is so the rolled or folded quilt could be tied into a bundle.
I posted photos onto and online group of American quilt experts, they confirmed that the fabrics dated from 1890 to 1900. I will again be giving this to the Red Cross Study Group, if they will have it.